BEST WESTERN PLUS Yosemite Way Station Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Yosemite Way Station Motel Mariposa
Meget dyrt hotel men skøn beliggenhed og forholdsvis tæt på alt - både restauranter og butikker i en hyggelig by.
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Fresno - Mariposa - 291 km. i dejligt solskin og megen varme i bunden af bjergene.
Fresno havde måske mere at byde på, men stedet var kedeligt og vi ville videre mod Yosemite parken. Behagelig temperatur mødte os, da vi kørte mod nord ved halv ti tiden. John, Else og jeg havde bilen i dag og måtte misundeligt se til, hvilke bjerge og sving …
... one. We passed field upon field of crops and fruit trees, getting a real feel for California as America's 'breadbasket'.
After an hour or so, we made a sought-after stop at the retail outlets. It was a successful speed shop; Alison bagged a softshell jacket for less than 30% of the RRP, Kate got some Kate Spade sunnies and David bought up half of North Face. All in just over an hour! It was pretty exciting for Kate given that we'd more or less avoided shops during ...
... me a little. I was happy to head back down & get a decent night sleep before the long drive ahead.
Anyway, off we go to Mariposa. It's a long drive (probably 10 hours with stops). We drive past a massive wind farm - never seen anything like it - hundreds of turbines & I mean hundreds. Drive through a lot of farming areas - maybe fruit trees such as oranges I think.
We eventually arrive at Mariposa with some added stress ...
... a 20 min drive into the Valley except we kept stopping to photograph the amazing scenery. With just the start of autumn colours, it really did live up to all the hype. Stopped into the grand old lodge, definitely the place to stay.
Back at our motel we had a great casual dinner on site & an early night
... day. We headed south and east from Sequoia. We saw many citrus groves, gas and oil wells, a mountain range of windmills, and many freight trains heading both east and west.
Our route ran parallel to Route 66. We travelled through the Mojave Desert where we saw several small sandstorms. After 8 hours of driving we stopped in Needles, California by the Colorado River near the Arizona border. Off to the Grand Canyon area ...